Did you know that the best way to maximize academic performance is to study and get a good night’s sleep? Unfortunately, most college students rarely get quality sleep throughout their educational journey. This can be because of behavioral or psychological reasons. During the exam period, students often pull all-nighters in an attempt to cram the course material.
Changes in sleeping patterns are also caused by increased working hours, watching television, or scrolling their phones before bed. Doing other activities when you should be resting will leave you sleep-deprived, increasing the risk of academic failure. So how can a college student make it a daily habit to get quality sleep? Read on to find out.